Welcome to WRWSS.org

Wolf Run Wildlife and Spiritual Sanctuary
Spiritual Center and Wildlife Refuge...

Tour the WRWSS Property

The WRWSS Farm is divided into two main spaces. On the South end of the property is mostly open fields with some newly planted trees. During our Harvest Festival and other events this field is used by our visitors for camping and parking.

The other part of the property is covered with high grasses, trees, gardens, ritual spaces and trails. The trails themselves total over ¼ mile in length and give our visitors the opportunity to reconnect with nature. Ritual spaces and gardens have been set aside to help accommodate the needs of our visitors.

WRWSS is located on a small farm totalling almost 10 Acres. Click the map to see a larger view.
WRWSS Area Map

The best way to see everything there is here at WRWSS is to simply come out and visit. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.

Welcome to Wolf Run's Virtual Tour

Come and explore the Gardens and Trails

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Visit the Nature Temples and Meditation Garden

The South Temple at Wolf Run The West Temple at Wolf Run
Our Nature Temple spaces are wood framed, covered structures. One with an all season roof and the other currently uses a canopy that we hope to replace
with an all season roof as soon as possible. They approximately measure 10'X20' and 16'X16'.
These covered spaces provide some shelter from rainy weather and is available to be used by small groups.
Another favorite place for our visitors is the Willows Way Meditation Garden that is located at the back of the property.
This garden includes a small pond and a shade pergola that is perfect for the individual or small group meditation or classes.
Willows Way Meditation Garden Willows Way Meditation Garden

Ritual Spaces for large and small groups

Ritual Spaces for large and small groups Ritual Spaces for large and small groups Ritual Spaces for large and small groups

The Fort Canto Cabin and the nicest outhouse in 3 states*

Named after our friends from Bell Book and Canto, the remodeled Wildlife Observation Tower (Fort CANTO), features a one of a kind view overlooking the South field.
The fort is approximately 8x16 feet in size and 7 feet off the ground putting its visitors up in the trees. Some have called it a cabin in the sky.
Built largly using reclaimed pallet and crate wood, large stalls and an active solar powered venting system, some of our visitors have called our
port-a-potty / outhouse the nicest in they have used in 3 states. Just sayin.. (grin)
Outhouse at Wolf Run Inside the Port-a-potty at Wolf Run Camp Fire at Wolf Run Camping at Wolf Run
If your group is interested in having an event here at Wolf Run, please go to our Publications area and download the WRWSS Land Use PDF.
Then if you have any questions, please feel free to ask us.

Future Plans - Proposed Dining and Storage Pavilion

Proposed Dining and Storage Pavilion
Click HERE or the image above to take a virtual tour of the Proposed Dining and Storage Pavilion (Opens New Window)

NOTE: The Virtual tour is a BIG file (aprox 12 Meg) and may not work on some phones / tablets.

Other future plans include a Memorial Garden space that will have a labyrinth pathway, building a second porta-a-potty/outhouse and putting a roof on the West (Raimbow) Temple.

As always, we here at Wolf Run could not do everything we do without you! If you would like to help by making a donation,
then please go to our Donate page to see all the ways you can help us continue doing what we do.

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